Healthsnap Solutions, a Miami health-tech startup that spawned from University of Miami research technology, is based at the Cambridge Innovation Center inside Converge Miami, formerly the UM Life Science & Technology Park. Back Row (left to right): Samson Magid (co-founder), Kelly Thornton, Misha Kerr (co-founder), Dr. Wesley Smith (co-founder); Front Row (left to right): Graham Salmun, Yenvy Truong (Co-founder and CEO), Celie Weaver, Chase Preston (co-founder). Healthsnap has created an assessment tool for healthcare providers. After filling out a 10-minute online questionaire, a patient can leave the doctor’s office with a report full of personalized dietetic and exercise information and advice.
Healthsnap Solutions, a Miami health-tech startup that spawned from University of Miami research technology, is based at the Cambridge Innovation Center inside Converge Miami, formerly the UM Life Science & Technology Park. Back Row (left to right): Samson Magid (co-founder), Kelly Thornton, Misha Kerr (co-founder), Dr. Wesley Smith (co-founder); Front Row (left to right): Graham Salmun, Yenvy Truong (Co-founder and CEO), Celie Weaver, Chase Preston (co-founder). Healthsnap has created an assessment tool for healthcare providers. After filling out a 10-minute online questionaire, a patient can leave the doctor’s office with a report full of personalized dietetic and exercise information and advice. Jose R. Medina / for CIC Miami
Healthsnap Solutions, a Miami health-tech startup that spawned from University of Miami research technology, is based at the Cambridge Innovation Center inside Converge Miami, formerly the UM Life Science & Technology Park. Back Row (left to right): Samson Magid (co-founder), Kelly Thornton, Misha Kerr (co-founder), Dr. Wesley Smith (co-founder); Front Row (left to right): Graham Salmun, Yenvy Truong (Co-founder and CEO), Celie Weaver, Chase Preston (co-founder). Healthsnap has created an assessment tool for healthcare providers. After filling out a 10-minute online questionaire, a patient can leave the doctor’s office with a report full of personalized dietetic and exercise information and advice. Jose R. Medina / for CIC Miami

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